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Cloning Is Still a Huge Problem, And There's No Good Solutions

Game cloning is an old topic made anew with Voodoo, Hole.io, and Donut County.
Danielle Riendeau
9 hours ago
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The Game Awards Were Much More Entertaining Than Expected

And no, not only because our expectations were low.
Austin Walker
12.7.18
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Ah, Screw It, Let's Rumor Monger About This Week's Game Awards

Sure, we talk about 'Just Cause 4' and 'Darksiders 3' a bunch, but the heart of this pod? INDUSTRY GOSSIP.
Austin Walker
12.3.18
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An Evolving Understanding of 'Sexy' Video Game Ladies

A look at Ivy in Soul Caliber, and one writer's understanding of her.
Danielle Riendeau
11.30.18
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We Enjoyed a Hearty Helping of Long Weekend Gaming

On Waypoint Radio 205, we talk about 'Darksiders III,' 'The Missing,' 'Hitman 2,' and... froggy detectives.
Danielle Riendeau
11.27.18
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It's Art for Art's Sake on Waypoint Radio This Week

Toward a culture of creative independence, not indie culture.
11.16.18
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We Celebrate 200 Episodes of Waypoint Radio with a Slew of Games

Episode 200 is here, and we have 'Red Dead Redemption 2,' 'Grip: Combat Racing,' 'Dark Souls,' and a very special Blade Runner-inspired RPG.
Danielle Riendeau
11.5.18
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We Have to Push Back on the Toxic Labor of 100-Hour Work Weeks

What's happening with 'Red Dead Redemption 2' isn't new, but that shouldn't make it any less shocking.
Rob Zacny
10.15.18
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When You Love a Character too Much to Stop Playing a Game

Sometimes, one character will keep you going long after the luster of the gameplay has worn off...
Danielle Riendeau
10.12.18
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'Forza Horizon 4' Is a Living Impressionist Landscape

On Waypoint Radio 193 we talk 'Forza Horizon 4,' 'Super Mario Party,' Xbox Game Pass, and 'Assassin's Creed Odyssey.'
Danielle Riendeau
10.8.18
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Most Games Are Terrible at Writing Teen Characters

Hello, fellow kids!
Danielle Riendeau
10.5.18
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'Red Dead 2,' 'Assassin's Creed Odyssey,' and the Future of the Open World

With new features and grander scale than ever, the biggest games of the fall are trying to re-imagine a well-worn genre. Can they?
Austin Walker
Ricardo Contreras
10.1.18
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